Big Heart Tea Co | Farmers Line Collection
The Farmers Line teas are a growing catalog of teas and herbs sourced directly from small family farms around the world.
Satemwa Tea Estate white tea blended with smallholder grown spearmint: just two ingredients grown on one farm in the Shire Highlands of Malawi. Contains caffeine. Ingredients: white tea, spearmintGreen Hibiscus
Tea Estate roasted green tea blended with smallholder grown hibiscus: just two ingredients grown on one farm in the Shire Highlands of Malawi. Contains caffeine. Ingredients: green tea, hibiscus
Every ingredient in this blend was farmed or foraged in Dibrugarh, Assam, India. It’s a malty, traditional masala chai created by our friends June and Rajen of Assam Heritage Tea Estate. Contains caffeine. Ingredients: black tea, bay leaf, ginger, clove, cardamom
Hibiscus and rose blended with cinnamon and Assam Heritage Tea Estate black tea. It's a malty black tea with a touch of floral and spice. Ingredients: hibiscus, rose, cinnamon, black tea
Happy Tulsi is grown and late-summer harvested by Oshala Farm, a regenerative family farm in Jackson County, Oregon. Since 2012, Big Heart Tea Co. has used tulsi, otherwise known as Holy Basil, as the primary herb base in its collection of healing, herbal teas. Tulsi is sacred in India, which has a rich history of growing, cultivating and celebrating the herb. Tulsi is a naturally sweet, adaptogenic herb from a cute flowering bush in the mint family.
Happy Rooibos is a delicious red bew that’s naturally sweet, nutty tasting and caffeine free. We sourced this red rooibos from just one farm in Cederberg, South Africa - Skimmelberg. The red branches of the Aspalathus Linearis plant, the source of red rooibos, is actually part of the pea and bean family if you can believe that. It’s world famous for its wealth of minerals, including zinc, copper, calcium, magnesium and potassium. But it’s not just the health benefits that make our red rooibos so happy, for us it's all about fair and equitable sourcing that acknowledges the original stewards of the plant.